DP World targets growth in spite of weak markets

Including acquisitions, the revenue at Dubai-based port company, DP World, grew by more than 16 percent, which also made a mark on the earnings in 2015.

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2016 will be another rough year with low growth in global trade, projects Dubai-based port company DP World, which is a competitor to port businesses such as Maersk Group's APM Terminals.

DP World on the other hand can look back on a 2015 where revenue was lifted to about USD 4 billion, which was an advancement of 5.6 percent on a like-for-like basis, while the actual numbers increased by 16.3 percent, due to factors including acquisitions.

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